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Accommodation in Morgade

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Would be very grateful if anyone could recommend accommodation in Mograde in November. Hoping to arrive there on November 4th. I’m not sure what’s open or not at this time of year as this is our first Camino. Thanks so much
 
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The only place listed on Gronze is Albergue-Pensión Casa Morgade. According to Gronze it is open through the end of November.


If you aren't familiar with Gronze it is only in Spanish, but if you use the Chrome browser it will automatically translate to English or the language of your choice.
 
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I stayed at Casa Morgade. I had arrived just before lunch time on a miserable, wet, cold day in early November and they had a lounge/common room with a fireplace (and drying racks for clothing). One look at that and I decided to stay. The food was good, the dorm had no bunks.
 
The only place listed on Gronze is Albergue-Pensión Casa Morgade. According to Gronze it is open through the end of November.


If you aren't familiar with Gronze it is only in Spanish, but if you use the Chrome browser it will automatically translate to English or the language of your choice.
Thank you very much
 
I stayed at Casa Morgade. I had arrived just before lunch time on a miserable, wet, cold day in early November and they had a lounge/common room with a fireplace (and drying racks for clothing). One look at that and I decided to stay. The food was good, the dorm had no bunks.
Thank you very much
 
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I stayed at Casa Morgade. I had arrived just before lunch time on a miserable, wet, cold day in early November and they had a lounge/common room with a fireplace (and drying racks for clothing). One look at that and I decided to stay. The food was good, the dorm had no bunks.
Thank you very much
 
I stayed at Casa Morgade. I had arrived just before lunch time on a miserable, wet, cold day in early November and they had a lounge/common room with a fireplace (and drying racks for clothing). One look at that and I decided to stay. The food was good, the dorm had no bunks.

Almost identical experience! Except it started snowing 1 km before I arrived. I was grateful for a roaring fireplace I could sit in front of whilst enjoying a glass of wine, waiting for my clothes to dry.
 
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Down bag (90/10 duvet) of 700 fills with 180 g (6.34 ounces) of filling. Mummy-shaped structure, ideal when you are looking for lightness with great heating performance.

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In Galicia all the Albergues of the "Xunta" are open always.
 
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Would be very grateful if anyone could recommend accommodation in Mograde in November. Hoping to arrive there on November 4th. I’m not sure what’s open or not at this time of year as this is our first Camino. Thanks so much
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I don't know if is open in November, but Casa Morgade is absolutely brilliant. I stayed with them back in May.
Buen Camino
Vince
 
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Would be very grateful if anyone could recommend accommodation in Mograde in November. Hoping to arrive there on November 4th. I’m not sure what’s open or not at this time of year as this is our first Camino. Thanks so much
Staying at Casa Mongrade at the moment. Easy place to recommend.
 
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In looking at the timestamp of my photos of Casa Morgade, it looks as if my date of stay was Nov 7, 2019. They should be open Nov. 4th, but it would be wise to contact them first.

Also wanted to add, my first year (2016) I stopped for a coffee and sandwich midday and it was absolutely teeming with pilgrims. It felt like impersonal, claustrophobic truck stop. I'm so glad I ended up staying here in late fall a few years later. Only about 4 other pilgrims were there that evening, and it felt quiet and cozy. The owner happily cooked us a delightful meal and I'll never forget his words "this isn't work to us, you pilgrims do the real work".
 
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In looking at the timestamp of my photos of Casa Morgade, it looks as if my date of stay was Nov 7, 2019. They should be open Nov. 4th, but it would be wise to contact them first.

Also wanted to add, my first year (2016) I stopped for a coffee and sandwich midday and it was absolutely teeming with pilgrims. It felt like impersonal, claustrophobic truck stop. I'm so glad I ended up staying here in late fall a few years later. Only about 4 other pilgrims were there that evening, and it felt quiet and cozy. The owner happily cooked us a delightful meal and I'll never forget his words "this isn't work to us, you pilgrims do the real work".
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Just asked staff and they indicate somewhere around Nov 5th. Maybe longer, depending on the weather. They say they will be gone by the end of Nov. at the latest. Best to check when you are going to be in the area
 
Just asked staff and they indicate somewhere around Nov 5th. Maybe longer, depending on the weather. They say they will be gone by the end of Nov. at the latest. Best to check when you are going to be in the area
Thanks so much for asking
 
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Our Atmospheric H30 poncho offers lightness and waterproofness. Easily compressible and made with our Waterproof fabric, its heat-sealed interior seams guarantee its waterproofness. Includes carrying bag.

€60,-
I stayed at Casa Morgade. I had arrived just before lunch time on a miserable, wet, cold day in early November and they had a lounge/common room with a fireplace (and drying racks for clothing). One look at that and I decided to stay. The food was good, the dorm had no bunks.
I highly recommend Casa Morgade. My wife and I enjoyed our one night. Great accommodations. Good food and very hospitable family.
 

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